Lance Fogg

Director, Road Safety, Traffic and Transportation Engineering
I would like to think that my work over the past 40 years in UK, India, Indonesia, Qatar, Suriname, Sri Lanka and now in Saudi Arabia have resulted in some modest reductions in fatalities and casualties by reducing the risk of crashes occurring by applying the results of analysing crash data to the formulation, design and construction of local safety schemes. In addition by undertaking over 1000 road safety audits and assuming that my recommendations have been adopted I suppose I can claim to have saved over 1000 further crashes. Responsible for introducing the mini-roundabout to NW England back in the 1970s, I can claim a certain notoriety but also have quite likely saved a few lives by the reduction in speed obtained by these traffic management devices.